Cars are naturally attracted to filth, which explains why they frequently crash themselves into garbage trucks. Steer your vehicle clear of larger vehicles with today's Groupon: for $170, you get a complete detail package plus a UV germicidal sanitizing treatment and an odor-elimination treatment at Mr. Detail Auto Salon (up to a $380 value). This deal is valid at both locations.
Mr. Detail Auto Salon coddles cars with enough tender loving skill to land itself among CityVoter's top five detailers in 2009 and 2010. The complete detail package, which takes six to eight hours, includes a thorough exterior hand wash and dry, bug and tar removal, door-jamb refurbishment, tire polish, a clay-bar treatment, and a good hard waxing to buff up any vehicle's aura until it looks as sweet and innocent as the day it first crawled out to the show room. Windows, mirrors, and wheel wells earn equally lustrous accolades during the comprehensive bathing session. Once inside the vehicle, expert cleansing techs vacuum up colonies of insurgent receipts and other common interior contaminants, pressure-clean rubber mats, and steam-clean nooks, crannies, and underarms, along with carpets, floor mats, and cloth seats, when applicable.
Mr. Detail's cleaners will also show off their sanitizing swagger with a UV germicidal and disinfecting treatment, a highly evolved system that blasts interior microorganisms into oblivion. In eliminating harmful influences of bacteria, viruses, and dust mites, the UV system sanitizes 3,000 times faster than chlorine. Each cleansing is coupled with odor eliminator via Mr. Detail's ozone generator, which effectively abolishes interior traces of smoke, pet hair, mold, and Uncle Doug's Christmas cabbage rolls.
Mr. Detail Auto Salon
Trusting an auto detailer with your car may be a decision that requires a little research, but what about when Air Force One needs a cleaning? Mike Rafael and Tom Shearer, owners of Mr. Detail Auto Salon, joined a handpicked team of auto professionals chosen to detail the first presidential jet plane, now installed at Seattle’s Museum of Flight.
When they’re not scouring a piece of American history, they work out of the shop they started together, a joint venture based on their mutual love of cars. Their services range from simple hand washes, wheel polishes, and scuff removal to more involved processes such as paint-less dent removal and fuzzy-dice randomization. Mike and Tom lead a team as they work on cars both in the shop and out of their mobile unit, which is equipped with water and electricity so vehicles can be taken care of anywhere.